Andrew Robustelli is from Chicago Heights, Illinois, just south of the city. He attended St Agnes Catholic School from pre-school through eighth grade, and played basketball and baseball throughout his grammar school years.
He continued to play baseball and basketball during his freshman and sophomore years of high school, but then dropped all sports his junior year because he found his love for photography.
Robustelli is a part of the Caravan Broadcasting team, with responsibility to photograph school social and sporting events. As a senior, he is making plans to attend an art college to carry on his creative dream of being a photographer.
Robustelli has a creative mind and eye. and appreciation for all the things the world has to offer, including all its sights and sounds. He believes that there is so much more to all of life than what we can see and hear. He enjoys the outdoors more than sitting inside and also always must be doing something to keep himself busy.
Robustelli comes from a hard-working family history. Together, his dad and his grandfather have worked in the same department for 60 years, while his mom has worked in the same place for 26 years. These people are role models to Robustelli and inspire him to do better and work harder every day.
Andrew Robustelli, Staff writer
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